Nature Conservancy of Canada


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Nature Conservancy of Canada

Address:110 Eglinton Ave W, Suite 400
Toronto, ON M4R1A3

Phone:416-932-3202
Fax:416-932-3208
Phone:800-465-0029
Web: www.natureconservancy.ca
Established: 1962. Description:Works to protect Canada's threatened natural habitats. Since its establishment, the Conservancy has secured more than 1.9 million acres of woodlands, seashores, wetlands, prairies, and other natural places. Members: 35,000. Dues: $10/year.
Publications: The Ark (3x a year); free to members.

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Additional natural areas on Pelee Island were recently acquired for conservation purposes, largely by The Nature Conservancy of Canada, but also by the Pelee Island Winery.
5 hectare (45 acres), was acquired from a private United States owner in 1999 by The Nature Conservancy of Canada (Gibson 1999; Kavanaugh 1999) and transferred to Parks Canada in 2000.
Guelph, Ontario: The Essex County Field Naturalists' Club and The Nature Conservancy of Canada, Ontario Region.
They will now be able to snap photos of endangered shorebirds emerging from nests, quickly attach maps, geo-reference the site and send that to our offices, thanks to TELUS, said Dan Kraus, national conservation biologist with the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
We are proud to be the official technology partner of the Nature Conservancy of Canada, said Andrea Goertz, chief communications & sustainability officer, TELUS.
He is presently Chairman for The Nature Conservancy of Canada in Ontario as well as sitting on other not-for-profit boards.
Shell has announced giving its Arctic energy exploration permits to the Nature Conservancy of Canada after its controversial exit from the region last year.
Paving the way to create Canada's third national marine protected area, Royal Dutch Shell has donated some controversial Arctic energy exploration licenses to the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
This funding is being distributed to each cause through our partners WWF, The Nature Conservancy of Canada and Tree Canada.

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